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Hexagons Wall Hanging Workshop

on Nov 5, 2013 in Blog, book, business, classes, Hexagons Made Easy | 0 comments

Phew. Houston was a whirlwind. And it was over a week ago. Quilt Market Hangover for sure. I know loads of blogs and websites are showing you booth pictures, but I thought I’d share photos from the Hexagons Made Easy class (Sunday Oct 27th).

Pfaff Classroom


The classroom was HUGE. It was wonderful. There were 28 provided sewing machines sponsored by Pfaff. Those were incredible machines. They were so smooth and high-tech.

Sewing Class


To my delight, the early morning 8am class was sold out. Thank you all for coming out before Quilt Market even opened that Sunday. There were many coffee cups around the room.

The students got to choose from two kit fabrics. Grant Park, a more traditional design and color pallet and DayDream, a more bright modern collection. I started the class by saying “There’s a kit at your machine. It is either traditional or modern. If you want to trade, trade now.” It was cool to see people moving and hopping around peacefully. Quilters are pretty committed to their colors. I cannot blame them.

Finished top

She finished the top in 90 minutes!

The class was very flexible and at the end of it all these wonderful students made all sorts of designs with the provided fabrics. We had table runners, small designs, experiments and innovations.

Quilt Designs

I loved teaching. The class was smooth and I think the students had a good time. I was so happy with the diverse talented group I had. Thank you all for coming out!

If you are a quilt shop and would like me to bring the class to your store, send me an email.



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